As a follow up to a story that first appeared on Saultonline.com Monday, the owner of a 15 month old dog named Remington which was shot with a bow and arrow in the Haviland Area Monday morning, has indicated through Facebook that a man responsible has been caught by OPP.
Tina Fascina told Saultonline.com Monday afternoon that they were rushing her dog to Lansing Michigan for emergency surgery following a shooting with a bow an arrow Monday morning during her walk along the shoreline near her Haviland Bay home, about 45 minutes north of Sault Ste. Marie. The dog was seen locally by a veterinarian and treated with an IV drip and medications for pain while Fascina was told to go to the University of Lansing veterinarian for surgery to remove the arrow located in the hip area of the dog.
Fascina reports via Facebook, that Remington had the surgery and will make a full recovery. Meanwhile she thanked an OPP officer, “Brad” for his work in arresting a man in the shooting.
“A special thanks to Brad on the OPP team! And a special thanks to Lee Marcoux for getting this out to everyone!” Fascina posted. “Many thanks to the OPP and their K-9 unit. They tracked REMI’s tracks and found the evidence!”
There has been no confirmation of the arrest from the OPP or a name released in this incident.